MIRPUR (AJK)-AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider strongly condemned the killing of 12-year-old boy Junaid Ahmed by Indian occupied forces in held Kashmir, saying that Indian army has crossed all limits of cruelty in the occupied valley.

While talking to a delegation at Prime Minister House in Muzaffarabad, the premier expressed grief over the killing of Junaid and said that such killings has become a daily business in the bleeding occupied Kashmir.

“We equally share the grief with our brethren in occupied Kashmir in these hours of trial and pray for forbearance to the bereaved family,” he said.

The PM denounced the shelling of teargas on his funeral. Such actions describe the worst kind of Indian state terrorism in the occupied Kashmir.

He deplored that even the forces are targeting the teenagers which proves that the Indian government has no sympathy with the people of Kashmir and only needed their land.

He said that Indian forces are using brute force and lethal weapons against peaceful protesters in occupied Kashmir which is condemnable. “Both the Indian government and her stooges in the occupied Kashmir are adamant to pursue their repressive and brutal policies in an ugly way and are not ready to restore peace and normalcy in the valley,” he regretted.

Raja Farooq Haider termed the Indian violence as a conspiracy against new generation of the occupied Kashmir.

He reiterated that people of AJK and Pakistan would continue backing freedom movement in occupied Kashmir morally and politically.